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Friday, 06 May 2011 21:29

Glamping in Scotland

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“Glamping” otherwise know as luxury camping, is a new phenomenon that combines the luxury of a hotel suite with the great outdoors. Glamorous camping in Scotland is the new rage.

There are many luxury campsites across Scotland ranging from “blinged up” tepees to stunning safari tents. Access to the Scottish wilderness can now reach those who would have never given traditional camping a chance. And more so, sceptics will struggle to think of a better holiday in the future.

Many of the luxury campsites are family friendly with some offering rural and outdoor activities tailored for children i.e. feeding chickens or riding in a tractor.

Go on give “Glamping” a chance, you will love it!

Glamping in Scotland
 

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